• $ 900 billion to be financed by foreign direct investment (FDI)

$ 900 billion to be financed by foreign direct investment (FDI)

African ministers and investors, meeting on May 10, alongside the General Assembly of the African Trade Insurance Agency, think that $ 900 billion are needed from FDI to finance infrastructure in the continent.


Author: ANA // Photo: © African Trade Insurance Agency (ACA)

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